Here is a piece of information on very unique QSL-card. The Japanese service of HCJB Australia is currently issuing different QSL-cards every month. These cards are not issued by the station HCJB in Melbourne, but by the Yodobashi Church in Tokyo.
The address for reception reports is mentioned at the end of this e-mail. Now, July edition of its QSL-card is featuring an DX-pedition held from 25th to 27th of last June. The participants of this DX-pedition are six Japanese men and held on a small island called "Katsurashima". This island, Katsurashima is located in the bay of Matsushima, near Sendai, one of the major cities in the Northeast of Japan and apart from Tokyo approximately 350 kilometers. As this island is under noise-free environment, so we hold DX-pedition once or twice every year.
This QSL-card would be issued for the reception reports in July, but if you miss to receive the broadcast within July, I suggest that you ask the Yodobashi Church to issue the July edition even after the reports in August.
Japanese service of HCJB Australia:
22:30 - 23:00UTC on 15525kHz Friday/Saturday only.
The address for reception reports:
HCJB c/o Yodobashi Church,
1-17-8 Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku-ku,
Return postage in the form of International Reply Coupon is necessary.
Information by: Nobuya Kato (A Japanese radio hobbyist), Kanagawa, Japan
July 14, 2010